Environmental, Occupational Safety and Health (EHS) Inspection Training
Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Inspectors or those job roles that covers a wide range of environment, health and safety management issues
- Plan and conduct of EHS inspection to determine conformity with acceptable EHS conditions and behaviours in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
- Report findings on non-conformity EHS conditions and behaviours to relevant stakeholders in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
- Recommend corrective and preventive actions to address the findings in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
- Monitor closure of the corrective and preventive actions with reference to identified ESH performance indicators
- Compile a report on company’s ESH performance in accordance with organisational procedures and regulatory requirements.
Module 1 – EHS Inspection Basics
- Different between EHS Audit and EHS Inspection
- What is EHS inspection?
- Types of EHS Inspections
- Why EHS Inspection?
- Who perform EHS Inspection?
- How frequent EHS inspections should be done?
- What is the activity of an EHS Inspection?
- What is the outcome of EHS Inspection?
Module 2 – EHS Inspection preparation
- EHS Inspection Process
- Establishing the scope, criteria and objective for EHS Inspection.
- Understanding the EHS Management System standard requirements
- Developing an effective EHS Inspection programme/Plan
- Selection, training and delegate team members
- Developing EHS Inspection checklist
- Familiarize yourself with the inspection checklist
- Diagram or floor plan
- Review information from previous inspection reports
- Meet with supervisors prior to inspection
- Gather information from management
- Allow ample time for the inspection
Module 3 – Conducting EHS Inspection
- The conduct of EHS Inspection.
- Use the EHS Inspection guides prepared.
- Important of previous EHS Inspection reports.
- Site Inspection Technique (General area, process and equipment)
- Interview Technique (structured and unstructured)
- Inspection Trail.
- Recording Technique.
- Sample collection procedure
Module 4 – Reporting EHS Inspection
- Definition of non-conformity
- Stakeholders relevant to EHS Inspection
- Parties to whom inspection findings should be communicated
- How to record EHS inspection findings
- Monitor closure of corrective and preventive actions
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